Ebola Vaccine, Ready for Test, Sat on the Shelf
By DENISE GRADY , 2014-10-24
An Ebola vaccine effective in monkeys was not tested in humans until now, after the severe outbreak in West Africa forced governments to step in.
A Farewell to Twang
By JON CARAMANICA , 2014-10-26
Taylor Swift leaves country behind on “1989,” her new album, but the implicit enemy is the rest of mainstream pop.
Kissing Your Socks Goodbye
By PENELOPE GREEN , 2014-10-23
Section: Home & Garden
The advice of a Japanese organization expert boils down to two rules: Discard everything that does not “spark joy” and do not buy organizing equipment.
From a Rwandan Dump to the Halls of Harvard
By MICHAEL WINES , 2014-10-23
Justus Uwayesu’s life was changed by a chance encounter in Rwanda with an American charity worker.
Anne Hathaway in Not-So-Basic Black
By ANGELA KOH , 2014-10-22
The actress picked a daring Christopher Kane design for the 28th American Cinematheque Awards red carpet.
Doctor in New York City Is Sick With Ebola
By MARC SANTORA , 2014-10-24
Section: N.Y. / Region
Dr. Craig Spencer, who returned from Guinea last week, remains in isolation at Bellevue Hospital Center. Authorities are tracing anyone who might have come into contact with him recently.
Putin and the Pope
By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN , 2014-10-22
Two leaders with a lot of influence who matter in very different ways.
How Music Can Boost a High-Intensity Workout
By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS , 2014-10-22
Volunteers were able to exercise harder when they listened to their favorite songs.
Ben Bradlee, Washington Editor and Watergate Warrior, Dies at 93
By MARILYN BERGER , 2014-10-22
Section: Business Day
Mr. Bradlee, a quintessential newspaper editor, supervised The Washington Post’s exposure of the Watergate scandal that led to the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon.
U.N.C. Investigation Reveals Athletes Took Fake Classes
By SARAH LYALL , 2014-10-23
A report found that classes requiring no attendance and little work were common knowledge among academic counselors and football coaches.